El Salvador: New Composting Plant

This plant is the first of 42 that are planned to be constructed as part of the National Integrated Solid Waste Management Program.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The signing of an agreement between four councils in south eastern El Salvador, the Ministry for the Environment and Natural Resources (MARN) and the Social Investment Fund for Regional Development (FISDL) is the beginning of the process to allocate funds for the studies and designs necessary to develop the composting and recycling facility.

MARN is responsible for managing the project's funds, technical support and monitoring progress. In practice this means identifying the site, carrying out environmental impact assessments and designing the plant.

FISDL will also provide financial support while the councils will make sure that funds are available for the acquisition of land and logistical support where necessary.

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El Salvador: 4 New Composting Plants

June 2011

The four plants will receive solid waste from nine municipalities that produce about 8.5 tons per day.

The investment amount is $563 000 and the plant will benefit about 13,000 local inhabitants.

The ministry of environment has finished work on the first 11 composting plants. In May, the first three opened in the San Vicente and La Paz municipalities. In the coming days a further four will be opened .

Costa Rica: Companies to Re-use Waste

May 2011

The signing of the Partnership for the Development of Recovered Waste will allow waste materials to become valuable and to be recycled wherever possible.

Glass, plastic and aluminum are some of the materials that companies plan to reincorporate into their production chains, as a means of making the most out of their inputs.

Recycling is Up and Coming in Central America

November 2010

The recycling industry grows in the region as a way to save costs, create jobs and protect the environment.

"Nicaragua has exported until October of this year about 40 million Dollars in recyclable material, primarily iron, while in 2009 it exported 24 million Dollars," stated as evidence of the sector´s growth Carlos Marin, president of the Recycling Association of that country.

El Salvador: $ 20 Million for Landfill and Recycling

October 2010

Germany offered the loan at a favorable interest rate, in order to create and build landfills and recycling centers.

In his meeting with President Funes, the German officer received reports of plans developed in Central America related to climate change, security, disaster prevention and others.

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